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Who is Z?

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Z is the politician killed at the beginning of the film, whose death the police and right-wing politicians try to cover up.

Z was the second non-English movie to be nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture – what was the first?

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French WWI classic La Grande Illusion was nominated in 1937. (The Artist was released in 2011. Sayonara and Judgment at Nuremberg are in English.)

True or False: Director Oliver Stone claims Z inspired his film-making

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He's often named it one of his favorite movies of all time.

The book Z is based on was written by which Greek author?

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Who plays the British Surgeon?

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Fun fact: Raoul Coutard was also Z's cinematographer.

How much did Z make at the U.S. box office?

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Z is tied with which other movie for the record of shortest movie title?

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They're tied in English-speaking countries only, as elsewhere M is known as 'M: The Vampire of Dusseldorf'.

How do the police claim Z was killed?

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What is unusual about the movie's credits?

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It's believed this is in homage to the film's title – the credits go from Z–A.

Z is based on the assassination of Grigoris Lambrakis, in the year _____

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